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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 1, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, ( 910 King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R, rARRINGTON Editor
PAMEL LOGAN City Editor
TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 181)8.
is a high handed proceeding, bill
ovory ouo knows what slow nud
oxponsivo businoss it is getting
clniniB for dnmngos through Con
gress. Diplomacy will doubtless
accomplish moro for tho injured
parties than ou attempt to fight
tho enso in Congrrsa.
If you can't conciliate bo ns con
ciliatory ii? yonciui.
If Col. Barber y'M send Ioug
his regimental bund, kilo's cupful
of joy will bo full to ovorflowipg.
Hilo politicians ivro requested
to find out whon and where tbo
McKinloy club of Hilo hW
important executive oessiou.
The snd funeral notes daily
heard in Honolulu bring to Borrow
ing hearts one of the worst
features of war "Some ono has
THoorn rou 1111,0.
A week from today tho Congres
sional and St ito elections will be
hold. Hawaii doesn't have any
thing to eay in thin nffair but it is
doing a wLole lot of thinkiDg.
Tbo iunovBtions introduced by
Captain Bereer in tho band pro
gram ato oxeollcnt nud popular
But don't forbct that houub of Ha
waii by llawaiiana still have it
high place in tho locol hearts.
Questions that have arieen since
annexation that only Washington
authorities con fettle bring th
people of Hawaii to a moro com
pleto realization that without u
cnblo thoy are a long ways from
Depressing reports regarding
the feasibility of cable lojiug in
tho l'ucific ocean make local peo
ple wonder if thero is a nigger
lurkit.g in tho Ainu ican wood pih
that will come to the front when
Congressional action is requested.
Tho appointment of Gardiner
K. Wilder to tho Hawaii Judge
ship gives general satisfaction
Mr. Wilder knows Hawnii and tlit
Hawaiians as woll as being a!le
in his profession. Another
feature which will doubtless grati
fy tho peoplo of Hawaii is Mr.
Wilder's absolute pohticul iodo
pondouco. When tho Advertisercomesdown
to a siuglo issueon tho hoaltb prob
lem at the camps it gets onto Bolid
ground. The sphoro of power of
the respective authorities should
ho .settled onco and for all tune.
II is in the interests of public
welfare in Hawaii that no titno
uhould bo lost in obtaining a di
roct decision from Washington.
David S'arr Jordan does not
lino an opportunity to pour hot
hot into the expansion policy.
Bime of tho arguments bring to
miud tho stiuuniontrt niiwle about
aU C.tliforuiii in Dunn's "Two
Years Before tho Must." 1
ejioik' of thu U'.y methods of tlie
flp'inUh, and asserts tint Cali
fornia is no placo fir Anieiicau
efllluinent a-j tho Amoriuan rapid
ly dtgoiKiats uuikr tlio enev
nting iiitlueuce of the climtto anil
Spatish HiirroundingA. Expeii
cnoe lms shown the when tho stir
roundintis uiu Amoricauizcd, tbo
degonoracy ceases. Jordan is
simply repenting what wa3 said of
California in former dtiy.
Scoro ono for Hilo. Our frionds
of tho big island hnvo sought tho
assignmont of Amorican troops to
their city and Col.Barbor has kind
ly given them tho prize. We con
gratulate Hilo and Col. Barbor as
Well, There is no doubt that tho
soldiers will ho benefitted by a
chanco of baso that will moke a
break in tho hum drum of daily
lifo that falls bo hard on tho vol
unteers, and thore is no doubt that
Uilo will profit by tho circulation
of the coin of tbo soldier in its
Doubtless it will immediately
bo said that this transfer is made
because- Col. Barber is dis
eatisGed with the Iroalnient in Ho
nolulu and is going to experiment
with Hilo. Thore is absolutely no
foundation for this viw of the
ca60. It is highly proper that Hilo
a the second lamest town in tho
country should bo recognized by
.ho army official). Whilo wo be
lieve the dangers of any outbreak
among laborers aro nil, at tbo
same time the district around Uilo
lepresont largo interests and the
amount of forco wielding prolec
tton U vory Binall. Tho presouce
of tioops will demonstrate to any
discordant labor elements there
may possibly bo in tho outaido
districts, that tho strong right arm
of the United Statos i'b here in
Thero ought to bo plenty of
laud near Hilo available for a gar
non, and the big island furnishes
torritory enough to give the 60I
diers plenty of experiouce in long
marches through a pleasant conn
CO HUT NOTICS.
Two lawyer In IlrlMInn of Kinnilner
uml Wltnrin Hlcharrtion Minora
Chief Justico Judd wroto tho
Zerbe decision, li in ussocintps in
tin' hearing havn; been Justico
Whiting and Mr. Ballou.
Juduo Perry Iibb approved W.
O. Smith's occnunts in the guardian-hip
of tho Richardson miunrn,
confirming nt the eamo tiino the
waiter's report of P. Dansou Kol
Judgo Porry this morning whb
hearlug tho motion of Kalu 1 Ku
pnkini, ppendthrift, to discharge
J. A. Magoon as her tuardiau. G.
D, Gear for plaintiff; respondent
in peieon. Tho not frequ nt evout
of ouo lawyer htviug ninthor on
tho witness rack happened.
Oi the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
We will commence the dis
play ol our New uoods on
AONDAY, November 7th.
$e have wares from over
twenty-five factories in Eu
rope and the United States, and
there are more to follow.
We beg to state that between
the 7th and 3oth of November
we will display the best assort
ment of Holiday Wares ever
seen on these Islands.
All goods are marked in plain
Come and inspect, whether
you wish to purchase or not.
The People's Store.
One Specia ty
It appears Hint tho land tnkon
at the ganison is iiaBumed under
tho title o"E "A military necessity."
Whether the local peoplo got any
more rediess than u liberal price
for thoirland depends largely ou
whether the War Department
supports Col. Barber's action.
The colonel seems to have gone
ahead realising full will tho seri
oub responsibility of tho situa
tion, and if his action is sinctioo
ed by the dopnittnonl In certainly
has tha long end of the ropo. It
ImmcuBO congregations, inolud
iug mnny soldier, attended All
Saints ceremonials at the Catholic
cathedral this morning.
Mechanics' Hoiuh. oornT Hotel
ind Nuunnu streets, lodging by
lay, wook or mnnin. lornim vo
iiid CO couts per night $1, and
1 2fi nor wek.
Thero are now in tho neighbor
ly od of 200 pmic. ts in tin- militn
ry hiispilal ou King Ft oet. A
grn'er nninbnr of t.-nts forth'
Ncuommo latiou of soldiers have
lit en put up outside.
Thero was only a br'of ennfer-
iich or tho Executive Council this
niorning, the Ministers having
bnitiess to transact in connection
with tomorrow's oulg dug foreign
mail. JNo conclusions woro iegts
tend. The funeral of tho Into Private
Curler of Co. G, let N. Y. V , tcok
placo from St. Andrew's ottliedrnl
this foronoou. Chaplain Schwartz
conducted tho servico. Tho Now
York Itegiiueut baud was in at
toudauco. Tho uso of tho fcJingor 111 mil
lions of homes bIiowb tho unpre
cedented Biicco6a of those ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proot tutu uie oinger oxcois
in all kinds of family sewing and
art noedlo work. All our sewiug
machines are of tho boBt construc
tion, beautifully dpoornled. and
are mountod ou f h1i.c' J 1 ; u ii,
Ihuly fiuishfd cabinets oi artist 10
dcHi'ijuB. B. Uorgcr:,on, uJ !(..
Ih to lift tho tnstCH
of llttlo fellowH for lino
ClotlioM to n lue) of rodnoinent.
Tlio Hiilts wo linvo for thorn
11 ro object IcssoiiH, which, fully
unilorhtooil, will iniike tlioin our
I'lihtoinorH wlion they liccoino
yoitni! moil MnthorH KNOW that
our IIP-ST cost little moro
than some other's poorest.
Wo Immi yot a fow moro
iiftlniHu $ ,50 l'odorii Hutu
to cell. Don't iiiIsh jour tlianni
It IhoIio of a llfo lime.
Also hliowlnj; u Ht 111
M.ul.limw ttruu HiIh wook,
9 Hotel Street
: Waycrlcy Bloci
AppntB for Dr. Delmel'e Llnen-Mpati
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolcjihono No 070.
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Hub just received a now lino
of TABLETS ami PAPET
ERIES with tlio Stars and
Stripes on each slieot of paper,
with Envelopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papetovios at 25c a box !
ltogular 50o Tahlots at 35o
ouch! Piogulav 25o Tahlots
at 20c each ! A Special Tab-
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In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
vehicle that you want.
Honolulu Carriage ilanufactory
"W. TV. "WRIGHT, Prop'r.
103 V FONT ST11EET, ABOVE HOTEL,
'316 Fori Street.
We have a big lot of Handsome Pictures, including Water Colors,
Etchings and Photographs, Handsomely Framed, and for sale at
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